Sir Thomas White Building, St John's College, Oxford University aerial photograph
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aerial photograph of Sir Thomas White Building, St John's College, Oxford University England UK. The Sir Thomas White Building, aka Sir Thomas White Quadrangle, was built between 1972 and 1975. The Grade II listed building was design by Philip Dowson of Arup Associates and won the 1976 Concrete Society Award and the also the RIBA architectural excellence award in 1981. More recently the "Tommy White" building was been named by Historic England as one of the 20 most intriguing places in 2017.
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